Image, Helen Vendler calls this kind of interrogation of a work “roads not

Helen Vendler calls this kind of interrogation of a work “roads not taken,” suggesting that it’s useful, when writing critically, to consider what differences it makes to the work or the encounter with the work if changes are made. It’s one way of better understanding your experience, comparing it to other possible experiences you can imagine having.

Laura Mullen

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